Slope and Trail Report for Northeastern Vermont
Jay Peak Resort
"Aaannnd it’s snowing, again. For those just tuning in, Jay Peak has netted just shy of THREE FEET OF SNOW since last week, and we could see another few inches by this weekend. That doesn’t include the building-size piles of snow stacking up at Stateside thanks to our Snowmakers; they’ve been running on the Jet and Haynes trails since last Thursday.
This just in, thanks to Mother Nature gracing us with all this snow, we're going to pull the trigger and open a weekend earlier than originally fore-casted. Yes, you read that correctly, our season kicks off on Friday, November 22nd. Stay tuned for more opening-day updates, but we know for sure we'll be sliding on the Jet trail, and maybe a couple more.
And who doesn’t like Turkey, pie, and all the fixings? How about all that, plus a nap? Be sure to check out our Thanksgiving Feast put on by our Food & Beverage team, and then drift off into a food-induced slumber courtesy of these great lodging specials.
As always, stay tuned to this page for the most up to date mountain operations info regarding opening day." Jay Peak Resort
Burke Mountain Resort
"Updated Thu Nov 14th 10:07
Burke Mountain is currently closed for skiing and riding but the countdown to opening day has begun! Pending no hiccups from Mother Nature, we are aiming to open Thanksgiving weekend.
We're measuring 4-6 inches from base to mid burke and rumor has it we're inching closer to 6-8" at the summit. Snowmaking is still firing with temps looking good for the round the clock operations right through Sunday.
Be sure to check back here for the most up-to-date reports on early season.
Let it snow! We look forward to seeing you on the slopes. " Burke Mountain Resort
The VAST Trail Report for the NEK
VT VAST Trail Report
While the trails aren't open yet, we're expecting a good year as early snowfall may make for a timely opening this December or January. Please check back again for further updates.
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